Brooklyn Real Estate Six Months Later: Two Sold, One in Contract

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    Here’s a look at how three of our featured listings from six months ago fared on the market.

    Starting us off, we have a wood-frame standalone built circa 1863 with a somewhat tangled recent past. It’s at 56 Cambridge Place, in the Clinton Hill Historic District, and offers quite a bit of potential for a buyer with vision and deep pockets. This former House of the Day sold in January for $2,769,924, which was $1,730,076 below the asking price.

    After that, there’s a Bed Stuy brownstone built circa 1892, that has a lovely and distinctive “bookend” facade with a metal cornice and a curved projecting bay. Romanesque/Renaissance Revival in style, it’s at 297 Hancock Street, in the Bedford Historic District. This former House of the Day entered contract in May.

    Wrapping it up, a two-bedroom Brooklyn Heights co-op that’s more dramatic than average, thanks to its berth in a converted Gothic church, built circa 1850. A duplex with a private entrance, it’s at 99 Clinton Street, which was refashioned and split into 10 units in the 1970s. This former Co-op of the Day sold in May for $1.7 million, which is $5,000 above the asking price.

    Brooklyn Homes for Sale in Clinton Hill at 56 Cambridge Place

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    56 Cambridge Place
    Price: $4.5 million
    Area: Clinton Hill
    Broker: Brown Harris Stevens (Nadine Adamson, Kelsey Hall)
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    Sold in January for $2,769,924

    Brooklyn Homes for Sale in Bed Stuy at 297 Hancock Street

    297 Hancock Street
    Price: $2.1 million
    Area: Bed Stuy
    Broker: Halstead (Morgan Munsey, Donna Myrie)
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    Entered contract in May


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    Brooklyn Apartments for Sale in Brooklyn Heights at 99 Clinton Street

    99 Clinton Street #1A
    Price: $1.695 million
    Area: Brooklyn Heights
    Broker: Douglas Elliman (Scott Allison, Dennis St. Germain)
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    Sold in May for $1.7 million

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